Jaxon Waterhouse is a writer and publisher exploring greening philosophy and seeking new ways to talk about the natural world and our place within it. Chantelle Mitchell is a researcher, curator and writer leveraging fragmentary and archival approaches to address structure and place in ecological frames.

Under the auspices of their ongoing research project, Ecological Gyre Theory, Chantelle and Jaxon have presented their research at Crisis, the 2019 ANU Humanities Research Conference. 2020 sees further realisations of Ecological Gyre Theory appearing in Unlikely journal, art+Australia, as exhibition and as lecture-performance in institutions across Australia, and under peer review.